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Author Topic:   Is science a religion?
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Message 248 of 295 (312295)
05-16-2006 1:28 AM

Science is just that, science. If we can sit here and observe something as fact, it can be science.
Creation, Evolution, whatever... is belief, faith, religon. No one knows if it happened. It was the past and there is little record. All is speculation and anyone who says otherwise is wrong. Creation has the bible to tell exactly how everything happened but since we weren't alive then it is still speculation. Just as Evolution is all just theory thought up in peoples heads with no real scientific proof. I don't look to science for my beliefs. I look towards what I feel is common sense and reasonable. You take everything in, BOTH sides, look at it in an unbiased way, and really think about what is reasonable.
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